UIUC free online courses on data mining starting on 9 Feb, lectured by Prof. Jiawei Han et al.

February 8, 2015
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by Yanchang Zhao, RDataMining.com

A series of free online data mining courses will start on 9 Feb 2015, lectured by Prof. Jiawei Han and several other staff at UIUC. Prof. Han is one of the top data mining researchers around the world, and has authored “Data Mining: Concepts and Technique”, one of the most popular data mining textbooks. Do not miss the opportunity if you are interested in learning data mining techniques.

Course 1. Pattern Discovery in Data Mining, by Prof. Jiawei Han
https://www.coursera.org/course/patterndiscovery
Start: 9 Feb 2015
End: 8 Mar 2015

Course 2. Text Retrieval and Search Engines, by Chengxiang Zhai
https://www.coursera.org/course/textretrieval
Start: 16 Mar 2015
End: 12 Apr 2015

Course 3. Cluster Analysis in Data Mining, by Prof. Jiawei Han
https://www.coursera.org/course/clusteranalysis
Start: 27 Apr 2015
End: 24 May 2015

Course 4. Text Mining and Analytics, by Chengxiang Zhai
https://www.coursera.org/course/textanalytics
Start: 8 Jun 2015
End: 5 Jul 2015

Course 5. Data Visualization, by John C. Hart
https://www.coursera.org/course/datavisualization
Start: 20 Jul 2015
End: 16 Aug 2015

You can join above 5 courses for free. However, if you want to get a verified certificate, you may choose to pay $55 for each individual course, or take the whole set of Data Mining Specialization courses, which includes above 5 courses and a Capstone project. See details at the https://www.coursera.org/specialization/datamining/20.

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